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The short answer is no. You cannot view any sort of aggregated activity log for Bitbucket users as of this writing.
The answer given by Ana Retamal is misleading because she appears to be talking about when you're able to see the last commit for individual files in a public repository, which is not what is being asked for.
To be clear, this is what we want:
In fairness, I can understand the competing and very different requirements between an open source project online, where the project may have any number of random contributors that would be covered by GDPR, &c, versus a corporate/enterprise environment where tracking user activity should be normal/expected.
The problem, @Atlassian, is that you either knew about this problem and did not adequately address it with your user base (certainly not your paying customers!) or you did not even recognise this problem in the first place. Either situation, unfortunately, leads us all to @Tim Kras's opinion.
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I take back everything I said, above. I'm going to go eat cake now!
Hi Eric! If the user has public repositories, you'll be able to see his recent activity in the right side of the screen when you visit their profile and click on the repo which activity you want to see. However, you won't be able to see al general activity for a given user.
Hope that helps,
@fisnik_labsavvy awesome graphs doesn't appear to provide what the OP is asking for. BBS provides a "My Activity" page but it only shows commits and repo/PR creation, and merge type events. It does not show things like PR reviewing activity (like added as reviewer, marked "Needs Work", etc).
I would like to see Bitbucket provide ALL user activity the way Jira does. This is useful for retrospective time reporting. (Helps a dev to go back and really see what they did at times)
You can check out Awesome Graphs for Bitbucket. This app provides an array of reports on both individual user commit and pull request activity and the activity of the whole team.
Hope that helps,